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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Everybodys Working for the Weekend!

How was your weekend? Mine was good, of course any day comprised of seeing the grandkids and thrifting is great! My two youngest granddaughters Lily and Kate had a soccer game..so cute!This picture is after the game and lunch. They had changed into their cute dresses! Then, on the way home, I found a few cool things, like this tile clock...and a BiCentenial Campbell's kids towel. The toaster and Sunbeam books are in the kitchen,  my cool glass front toaster quit~but hope to get it fixed. I love chrome too, though. I changed out my shelf paper to pretty colors in the kitchen from the white. My mom's old apartments had a "free table" and I will miss that! She found a whole box of different kinds of placemats, old and newer still in the wrapper, so I fashioned them into shelf liner. It really brightened things up~

Too bad this Ronson razor box had no razor!I couldn't resist, because of the Atomic symbol. Maybe I'll find the razor another time!~ Also, forgive the dark picture, I found a set of twin sixties headboards -padded vinyl with button tucks. Really cool, and only $15.00 for the pair. Well, until the next weekend thrifting spree, have a great week!!!

4 comments:

Linda @ A La Carte said...

You always find such unique and cool stuff! Love those headboard!! Hugs, Linda

Zootsuitmama said...

Thanks Linda! I wonder if Missouri isn't one of the last areas for finding cool stuff because I hear that things are getting really tough to find around other parts of the country!

delia hornbook said...

Sounds like you had a great weekend. You have some gorgeous items and i love your pyrex and crockerey in your last photo wow what a load of goodies, dee x

Mick said...

I love the razor box and what a STEAL you got on the headboards! looks like you had a busy weekend!

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